The combination of additive manufacturing and robotics is transforming Australian industry.
Replacement parts are now made using3D scanning and 3D printing technology, while industrial robots are automating the assembly process.
If you’d like to learn more about the 3D printing process and how it can benefit your business, Objective 3D’s Printing Accelerator program is the answer.
The program’s main goal is to give you a new and deep understanding of how 3D printing can drive new value within your business.
Their interactive 1-day workshops give you the tools and insight to begin driving 3D printing adoption across your organisation.
The workshops show how 3D printing can help your business create value, reach your customers, operate internally, meet market trends and competition to how you position yourself in your supply and distribution chain.
The next workshop will be held at Objective3D Additive Manufacturing Centre in Melbourne on July 17.
What you’ll learn
- The basic fundamentals of 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing
- Compare 3D printing with conventional manufacturing technologies
- Technology and materials overview – FDM / PolyJet / SLS / SLA / DMLS / BMD
- Understand the operating principles, capabilities and limitations of 3D printing
- Become familiar with the complete workflow of 3D printing including the use of Stratasys GrabCAD Print
- Technology application with Case Studies
- 3D Scanning and Reverse Engineering Demo including Hands-on Test Drive of Professional 3D Scanners
- 3D Printing Hands-on Workshop – Support removal, hand finishing, assembly, surface treatment
Get answers to important questions including:
- What will you print?
- What does it look like?
- What does it need to do?
- Where does it need to function?
- How long does it need to last?
- When to use standard plastics/engineering plastics/high-performance plastics?
- Why and when do you need to print in metal?
- Do you buy one 3D Printer? Do you establish a 3D Printing Lab
- Do you order parts on-demand?
...and lot’s more.
Who should attend?
- Business owners
- Design and Engineering Managers
- Product Managers
- Head of Research & Development
- Product Development and Manufacturing Managers
- Technology and Innovation Strategists
- Anyone with an interest in improving the efficiency of manufacturing solutions or wanting an introduction to 3D Printing
When: Wednesday, July 17
Time: 9am – 5pm (Lunch included)
Where: Objective3D Additive Manufacturing Centre
33-35 Yazaki Way, Carrum Downs, VIC
Places are strictly limited.
For more information or to register click here